Tennis: Andy Murray slips out of World Top 20

For the first in almost 12 years, three-time grand slam winner, Andy Murray is being ranked outside the men's world top 20. Murray's decent down the table is because of his absence from the sport due to a long standing hip injury.

The two-time Olympic champion is currently recovering from surgery on the injury. Murray who has not played a
competitive tennis game since last year Wimbledon, after been eliminate by Sam Querrey. He is no 7 places off of Novak Djokovic who is placed at No. 14 in the recent ATP rankings.

He held the world No. 1 spot from November 2016 to August 2017. 

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